Out of stock. Kodak Tourist ll. These were the last in a long line of American made folding roll film cameras from Eastman Kodak. The Tourist II, introduced in May of 1951, features a redesigned top cover and a new viewfinder, which contains frame lines for the optional 828 roll film adapter. Production was discontinued in July of 1958. The Tourist's most unusual feature is its back. Through the use of cleverly engineered latches, it can be opened on the left side, right side, or removed completely. This one is available on commission sale with its original case.